Valentine’s Day has taken Kenya by storm and it is now the done thing to send an enormous, ornate card, a fluffy toy, or roses to the one you admire.That said, most Kenyan women aspire to marriage and the “bride price” must still be paid.Workplaces and social venues are generally relaxed, introductions readily provided, and everyone loves to chat.
Meeting members of the opposite sex is not difficult in Kenya (unless the women come from strict religious households).
The girls-only affair is slated for Juniper kitchen in Westlands tomorrow. With tickets going for Sh1,000 advance and Sh1,500 at the gate, critics have been arguing that this could be a lesbians party, an event that could be used to lure young girls into same sex lifestyle. This event is a great way to meet new people, and potentially find your next Mr or Mrs right! “The truth is that people are trying to bury their heads under the sand pretending that this same-sex thing is not big in Nairobi yet the practice is so alive.
The discussion had been provoked by a social media post on a planned girls-only party dubbed Rainbow Speed Dating.
“Something else that many people also don’t know is that when it comes to girl play, there does not have to be a ‘man’ and a woman.
They can both play the ‘top’ and ‘bottom’ roles,” she notes.